but then it's becoming this hybrid storm, because there's this area of low pressure to the north and west, and it's more like a nor'easter, so combining the two in the fusion of the tropical nature with the low pressure is really making this a very powerful hybrid. so here's the model guidance taking this hurricane north, bringing it on shore, somewhere between new york city and washington, the center of circulation. just north of that is where the worst storm surge will be. look on the backside. there's so much energy with this area of low pressure. of course, the area of low pressure, that's kind of like the nor'easter. look at this snow down the spine of the appalachians. ten to 20 inches of snow. conversely, we could see ten inches of rain on the outer banks of north carolina. so inland flooding, not only, of course, on the coast. up state new york, western new york, west of pennsylvania as well. if this thing really slows down, tuesday, wednesday, and into thursday. coastal erosion. widespread power outages. that really could be the calling card of this in the end.